Steve Jobs is fun to draw because of his simple yet iconic appearance. He's a ready-made cartoon character, really.
|Various sketches with commentary|
After he passed, I watched his Stanford Commencement Address. I lifted a line from his speech and combined it with the final drawing from above, and made a little inspirational wallet card.
|It's a little dinged up from sliding in and out of my wallet|
Local artists, live music, good food and good times at the Mission Art Walk tonight from 6 to 10. I'll be at my booth selling paintings all evening, so come on down and say "hey."
This piece and plenty other Drew Stearns originals will be on sale for $15. That's a slick deal if you ask me.
|"Good Night Nurse" - 15 x 19" - Acrylic on wood panel|
The Art Walk came and went and a good time was had by all. I made six sales during the evening! Were they all to friends or family? Yes, but that still counts!
|Looking south down Woodson road, right off Johnson Drive|
|View of my booth from the main drag|
|My view of the main drag from the booth|
|Sitting in my chair behind my booth, looking south|
On October 14, I'll be exhibiting at the Mission Art Walk in downtown Mission, Kansas. It's like a mini art fair for area residents. You can find it on Woodson Road between Johnson Drive and Martway Street.
The images below are some paintings I'm selling at the show. Everything will be pretty inexpensive, so it's a good opportunity for collectors to score some cheap Drew Stearns originals.
|"Brachiosaurus" - 9.25 x 12.75" - Acrylic on wood panel|
|"Deinoychus" - 12.75 x 9.75" - Acrylic on wood panel|
|"Euoplocephalus" - 12.75 x 11.75" - Acrylic on wood panel|
|"Pacycephalosaurus" - 10 x 11.25" - Acrylic on wood panel|
|"Tyrannosaurus" - 12.75 x 11.5" - Acrylic on wood panel|